One in 500 African-American newborns is born with the sickle cell according to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This November V101.9 is spreading awareness in Stand Up For Sickle Cell initiative.
As we near the end of October that doesn’t mean that we move on from breast cancer awareness. Breast cancer awareness and education is a 365-day commitment to our mothers, sisters, daughters, granddaughters, and friends.
Without question, a breast cancer diagnosis is life-changing. Initially it can be hard trying to make sense of it all.
Women of all ages are taking time to learn and understand the truth about breast cancer. The truth is that breast cancer doesn’t discriminate over age, health, or heredity, and most importantly breast cancer does not have to be a death sentence.
For women that have a history of breast cancer in their family many are choosing preventative care to combat the risk cancer. Studies show that a healthy diet can help reduce this risk.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. So, for the entire month October V101.9 is dedicating Wellness Wednesday to bringing awareness, understanding, and hope to this illness.
Cookies, candy, soda; for many kids these words render a smile while simultaneously leaving a look of panic on the faces of all parents. While, enjoying a handful of carrots or a rice cake sounds […]
What got my attention and really horrified me was not some outdated bottle of ibuprofen, but rather the number of bottles of prescription drugs that I’d acquired since my accident in December.
All this week Black Girls Run! is registering groups to participate in the Black Girls RUN! Sweat With Your Sole Conference and Race Weekend this weekend in Charlotte.
As quick as it came on, it’s taken me a couple of years to almost commit to wearing reading glasses…sometimes. It’s not that it’s a vanity thing for me (I’m still super cute in glasses)…